EACH week, the Nursery and Reception children are taking part in the free project as part of the school’s music curriculum.
YOU can submit a short application to be considered for the next Harlow Soup at the end of August, it is fast and easy to submit a proposal.
YEAR 4 pupils from Cooks Spinney Primary Academy, in Harlow, have been studying the works of Shakespeare, looking at play scripts and stage direction. To enrich their learning, they visited Harlow Playhouse to take a look at the workings of the theatre, both backstage and front of house.
FOUR hard working members of 3rd Harlow Guides and Rangers have worked incredibly hard to achieve the highest award Guides can achieve – The Baden Powell Award!
ON Wednesday 10th July, NET Academies Trust held an inter-schools Times Tables Rock Stars Tournament.
THE LEADER of Harlow Council has laid out his vision for the come year in the town.
FOUR compensation claims have been made after a sonic boom was caused by military aircraft, the Ministry of Defence (MOD) has said reports the BBC.
Stansted Airport College launches first Student Celebration Awards STANSTED Airport College held its first Student Celebration Awards on Wed 3 July, to recognise the outstanding achievements of its first intake of trainees since the College opened its doors in September 2018. The College is a partnership between London Stansted Airport and Harlow College – the […]
LAURA McAlpine Labour Parliamentary candidate for Harlow, commenting on a speech on the importance of lifelong learning made by the Conservative MP for Harlow Robert Halfon, who is also Chair of the Education Select Committee to the Centre for Social Justice on 10 July 2019 said:
ESSEX Police are appealing for information after someone is thought to have been injured at a house in Harlow.
THE importance of spelling was highlighted at Cooks Spinney Primary Academy with all students taking part in the annual Spelling Bee.
AN unauthorised traveller encampment has appeared in Harlow.
SUCCESSFUL action taken by Harlow Council has led to one man being fined for dumping rubbish, while another has been successfully prosecuted in court.
A TROUBLED academy trust in Harlow has been warned it could be stripped of one of its academies after it went into special measures reports the Times Education Supplement (TES).
A CHURCH Langley community campaigner brought a petition to Harlow Council looking for close to £250,000 to be released in order to clean up the estate.
LAURA McAlpine, Labour Parliamentary Candidate for Harlow and the Villages welcomes the news that Labour sets out a ‘leasehold revolution’ to end leasehold ownership and save home-owners thousands of pounds.
MORE books and a wider range of book stock, more events for young people, increased promotion and extended opening hours have been revealed as the main ways residents would increase library usage in Harlow.
Harlow Biomedical scientist Cherie Beckett scoops Amazing Individual Award from the Princess Alexandra Hospital
THIS week, the Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust held their annual Amazing People Awards to recognise staff members who deserve recognition for the amazing work they do. Hundreds of staff members were nominated for these awards.
ON the evening of Wednesday 10th July, 10 mature students received Certificates from the Bishop of Chelmsford, Stephen Cottrell at the end of the two-year Course in Christian Studies which has been running at St Stephen’s Church, initially under tutors Rev Sharon Guest and Rev Ernie Guest and subsequently Rev John Fry and Rev Carol Newnham.
THE theatre at Mark Hall Academy vibrated on July 4th and 5th with enthusiasm and pride as parents, friends and community members were entertained by the musical ‘Little Shop of Horrors.’
MENTION Minecraft and you’re halfway there to capturing children’s attention.
A HARLOW teenager has pleaded guilty to possessing a machete in Staple Tye.
POOR access to lifelong learning is a glaring social injustice trapping millions of workers in low paid employment and threatening to put them on the jobs scrapheap in a fast changing labour market, said Robert Halfon, MP for Harlow and Chair of the Education Select Committee.
ESSEX Police are investigating after reports that a car was deliberately driven at a woman in Harlow.